Difficult Conversation: Come to the Table
LUM has been invited to play a role in the 37th Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference, April 14 – 18.
LUM, along with other groups, will be participating in a presentation during the 1 to 5 p.m. session on Sunday, April 15, at Purdue’s Wilmeth Active Learning Center on Memorial Mall, near the bell tower. There will be a discussion about community involvement as a necessity in a democracy, several round table discussions and information on how to recruit people to get involved.
Sunday’s program also includes a keynote by Susan Abrams, CEO of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, and a talk by Lee Hamilton, founder of the Center on Representative Government at Indiana University. The conference, April 14 to 18 at various locations, also includes an opening ceremony, two films, a student play and a teacher workshop.
All events are free and open to all. The full schedule is at www.glhrc.org.